#2
Tune to C Standard, then drop the sixth string to B.

So:

[low to high]
B-F-Bb-Eb-G-C

EDIT:

Wikipedia also has a very useful page on alternate tunings, I'll find it for you.

DOUBLE EDIT:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar_tuning
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#3
Quote by Chris_Parker
Tune to C Standard, then drop the sixth string to B.

So:

[low to high]
B-F-Bb-Eb-G-C


You are wrong, B-F#-B-E-G#-C#

Tune to C# Standard, 3 semitones below E Standard.

Drop the 6th string so it's now a B.

Enjoy.
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Last edited by DespisedIcon at Jan 28, 2009,
#4
The Tuning would be drop C down a Half step.

So it would work out like this
B-F#-B-E-G#-C#
#5
Quote by Chris_Parker
Tune to C Standard, then drop the sixth string to B.



...no?

If you drop D a C standard tuning, you get A# standard.

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It's Drop A#, even.
Last edited by webbtje at Jan 28, 2009,
#6
Quote by DespisedIcon
You are wrong, B-F#-B-E-G#-C#

Tune to C# Standard, 3 semitones below E Standard.

Drop the 6th string so it's now a B.

Enjoy.


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